A STRESS (Satellite Transmission Effects Simulations) data review meeting was held at Headquarters DNA on 29-30 November 1977. These proceedings contain the reports of the various STRESS experiments and program participants as presented at the meeting. STRESS was a communications experiment conducted at Eglin AFB during February and March 1977. The purpose of the experiment was to evaluate satellite communication links under artificially produced conditions that simulated many aspects of a post-nuclear-burst environment. This environment was produced by the use of barium plasma clouds in the lower F- region of the ionosphere.